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Monday August 7 2017
 8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM ••• 21 AND OVER
$8 in advance / $10 at the door
 Rock and roll-groovy-funk
Nathan Sloan
 experimental pop
Jim Greer

Ben Cardoza-Lead Guitar/Vocals
Trent Christensen-Bass/Vocals
Will Gagnon-Lead Vocals/Guitar
David Walters-Drums/Vocals
Aeron Olegario-Trumpet/Keys
-from Coos Bay, OR

-"Crushingcrayons exemplifies the unique sound of hard hitting rock and roll-groovy-funk jams to spread their unforgettable organic sound. A five-piece band of brothers on a mission to radiate their music, Crayons evoke childhood innocence, but what's happening here seems more adult -- intentional creative violence. A broken crayon is frustrating. But crush them up and melt them, and you have something new, colorful, unpredictable."

Nathan Sloan
Nathan Sloan
-from Oregon, USA

"Spending the majority of his childhood surrounded with jazz, funk, and classical music came to be a solid foundation for Nathan Sloan. With scores of outside influence, Nathan Sloan began creating music at age four. Never settling for just one genre, Nathan has gone back and forth between tastes which has lead up to an experimental style of independent pop that permeates his art." - Paul Zollo (American Songwriter Magazine)

Jim Greer
-from Berkeley, CA
-For many years now Greer has been part of the producer/artist team known as The Rondo Brothers and has lent his talent to a many different projects (he's been involved with over 70 records to date). He was the lead writer of Galactic's "Heart of Steel", sung by Irma Thomas and listed by NY Times' as one of the "Top Ten Songs of 2010". Other notable projects to which he's contributed include: Yoko Ono, Tipsy, Dr. Octagon, Cyndi Harvell, Foster The People, Samantha Stollenwerck, Stanton Moore, The Houseman, MC Lars, Eric Lindell, Loquat, Vinyl and New York Dolls.